On today’s episode, you’ll learn about (In)Visible Portraits, a documentary dedicated to celebrating American black women in the past and present while looking with hope towards the future. In addition to learning about the documentary itself, you’ll also learn from Executive Producer Mike Meyer about what inspired the film and how it got made.
In today’s episode, we’re talking all about STEM, a field that’s projected to grow 13% in the decade spanning 2017-2027. With this future in sight, I sit down with MLB Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson and Dr. Alan Gomez, two men who respectively serve as the Founder and Executive Director of the Mr. October Foundation. Together, they share with us the Foundation’s educational goals, its commitment to serving under-privileged youth, and how they hope for the program to impact and improve American communities.
On today’s episode, leading woman in law and general counsel at Mercy College in New York, Kristen Bowes Burke shares with us her pathway to college, impactful mentors and internships she experienced, and how she is passing the torch through educating young women going into the field of law.
In today’s episode, you’ll learn about the highs and lows that come from running your own business, the necessity for artists to continually be building and refining their craft, and tips for combining art and business in order to turn passion into profit. Nick also shares information about his personal career, and how he’s come to find success and fulfillment through his work.
Maria Yap, Vice President of Digital Imaging at Adobe shares with listeners her experience working in design, a career that blends together creativity and technology. Together we talk about digital imaging, AI, diversity in the workplace, and how to craft a dream career and love what you do.
On today’s episode, you’ll learn more about the life and work of Chalene Johnson who shares with listeners insights into business and marketing as well advice regarding fitness and nutrition.